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- Jul 26 2021, 02:53 (123 w, 3 d)
Nov 12 2022
Oct 7 2022
Sep 12 2022
Weird, I rebooted and now it works...
Interestingly, gedit seems to run find with sudo:
Aug 13 2022
This doesn't seem to be causing an issue now. It can be closed, resolved.
Jul 17 2022
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Oct 25 2021
This seems to have been resolved in the intervening period - due to updates I guess.
Sep 30 2021
Actually, this bug doesn't just affect alt-menu symlink creation - anything done with a nautilus alt-menu is affected and kills nautilus (even simply clicking outside of the alt-menu)
Aug 20 2021
Hmm, okay - I've just checked my little local CentOS server and indeed, it doesn't have a gpg.conf (or any conf) under ~/.gnupg. My apologies.
Aug 19 2021
No, that is not the issue here. The issue here is:
So, if PureOS insists on being unusual, the question becomes - why is PureOS unusual in this particular way?
Phew, this file exists on the gnupg implementation in Debian, CentOS and Fedora, at least - those are all fairly standard implementations of gnu/linux (although arguable implementations of two standards).
man gpg says:
Aug 11 2021
I'm not sure I understand the relevance of the answer to the question?
The question was: why are the defaults not reflected here:
~/.gnupg/gpg.conf (as per man gpg) as I would expect and are on my Debian 10 install
~/.gnupg/dirmngr.conf (as suggested here)
Those aren't 'system-wide' locations.